Bread! in a Crock Pot! haha.....

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  1. Chockswahay

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    I thought I would experiment with the slow cooker today. I made this anaemic looking loaf :xrofl:

    It took 2 hours to cook (until the inside of the bread reached 98c anyway)

    Can't try it yet as on a 'fasting day' but I will report back tomorrow :eek:

    Ah well, if ever the main oven should fail .............. :rolleyes:


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  2. GJH

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    An advert for a bread maker? :D
     
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    Oh dear! Can you put it in the oven to crisp it up a bit?
     
  4. MJG1959

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    Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood would definitely NOT be impressed!
     
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  5. MJG1959

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    A bit bulky for a MH or caravan but definitely one of the best things we have ever bought for our kitchen at home.
     
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    How about making Bread in a flowerpot?

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  8. Larrynwin

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    Some on here have made bread in their Remoska :xThumb:
     
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    Good, quick, make some more :xThumb::xThumb::xThumb:
     
  10. Wombles

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    That's something we want to try as plan to make soda bread in the motorhome when can't buy decent fresh bread easily :xThumb: Mr Womble has been known to make quite good easy flat breads at home so trying to find the best recipe for that too as another idea for when away as quick to cook in a pan. Any suggestions for flat bread recipes?
     
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    Oh yes I would like a recipe or two for anything that doesn't need hours of proving. I have been meaning to make bread, or at least try, in the van for ages but have
     
  13. Chockswahay

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    Bought a small tin-loaf in Broadway on Monday, £1.50, all gone by Tuesday, absolutely delicious!, bought similar from Morrisons, 75p absolute crap!!! will be going back to the village in future.......
    Cheers, Dave:xThumb:
     
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  15. Chockswahay

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    C'mon people! ..................... we do have a Bread Making Group on here! (look in groups) (y)(y)
     
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    Cant help , sorry. Im a fairly basic baker but have been called worse :xsurprised::xgrin:
     
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  18. Chockswahay

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    Well as a back up plan I have a sourdough loaf proving in the fridge overnight............ (y)
     
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    And I have bread in the freezer as a back up :)
     
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    Good morning peeps! a little update for those of you that are interested.........

    The 'Crock Pot Bread' has exceeded my expectations! I cut the weird shape overspill off, cut a couple of slices and toasted them........... It tastes yummy and the texture is perfect (for a 'sandwich' loaf). If you don't like either crusts or hard crusts then this is the bread for you (y)

    It is also very simple to make and would allow you to 'put the bread in' and go out for a walk with the dog for 2 hours!

    It won't be a regular for me as I much prefer the fun and taste of making sourdough bread, but as I said in the first post, it was an experiment, and I am more than happy with the result (y)

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